Justice League

Justice League

La Ligue Des Justiciers

DVD - 2018 | Widescreen version
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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes it may already be too late to save the planet form an assault of catastrophic proportions.
Publisher: [Hollywood, California] : Warner Bros., [2018]
Edition: Widescreen version
Copyright Date: ©2017
Branch Call Number: JUSTI
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
digital, optical, surround, Dolby digital 5.1, rda
NTSC, rda
video file, DVD video, rda


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Mar 20, 2018

Nope this film just is not good. Yet it is not bad. Also it is not average. This movie just exist.

Mar 20, 2018

Not bad. Not good either. This felt rushed through. All in all, disappointed.

Mar 20, 2018

Terrible timing but not a terrible movie (somewhere between bad & okay). DC should have waited until they did origin stories for the new guys. This one is too rushed trying to cram in back stories. Also, the villain effects were very poor.

Mar 19, 2018

horrible affects, I am disapointed with this move. Batman should not be a super hero he is just rich.

Mar 15, 2018

I had high hopes for this movie, and in some ways they were fulfilled and in other ways they were disappointed.
The first thing I have to say was that I loved the actors. Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, and all the others performed amazingly on screen. They worked so hard and did so well. This is one of the better aspects of the film.
Okay, did anyone else notice how at the very beginning there was one clip of an older white man beating up a Muslim family? This made me very angry. How stupid Hollywood is to even think that this happens! It doesn't, and it's just the petty opinions of misinformed directors/producers/executives of the movie industry. Also, did anyone notice how during the second after-credits ending there were half-dressed woman (probably prostitutes) lounging around in the background? What the heck, Hollywood? Why does this have to be in our movies?
Lois's speech about light and darkness at the very end was extremely cheesy and untrue. "Oh, the opposite of light is not darkness, rather the conviction that the light will never return…" The opposite of light is darkness. Done. There's no changing it.
Oh, and Aquaman wouldn't have been able to chug an entire bottle of beer without getting alcohol poisoning. So unrealistic.
The one thing that I hated most about this film was the terrible filming. I've seen movies from ten years back that have better filming than this. I was also appalled by the awful CGI produced—so fake. I don't understand why Batman v Superman had amazing filming and CGI, while the editors of this mess couldn't even make realistic explosions! Like, come on people!
I actually feel bad for the amazing actors and actresses because they obviously had no control over how their movie was edited. I would be annoyed and disappointed in the poor filming and CGI if I were them.
I was, however, entertained by this movie even though I wouldn't watch it again. I found Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Wonder Woman *much* finer and of higher quality. Please do better next time, DC.

Mar 13, 2018

Justice League wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great either. After so many missteps with Man of Steel, Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad (Wonder Woman being the exception), my hopes for this movie weren't high. The constant changes going on behind the scenes during productions didn't help. Going in expecting the worst, I was actually pleasantly surprised. The movie was entertaining, without as many glaring plot flaws as Batman v. Superman or the generic feeling of Suicide Squad. The changing of directors from Snyder to Whedon was noticeable, giving the tone of the movie an uneven feel between humor and grit. This probably couldn't be helped. The previous movies in the modern DC universe took a dark tone and it wouldn't make sense to switch to bright and cheerful tones now. Justice League is no Avengers, but it was still enjoyable.

Mar 12, 2018

Awesome movie. Wish it was longer. could be made into 3 movies: Battle for Atlantis, Battle for Amazon and The last stand or something like that.

Feb 03, 2018

Copy paste repeat these super hero movies are getting old. To little to late the Avengers movies have already done it just seems like a cheap rip-off with characters that are bland. This is a rent and forget nothing was worth remembering just like Suicide Squad.

JCLZachC Feb 01, 2018

While not quite reaching the bar set by The Avengers, I still enjoyed Justice League. It has its problems: a lack of a good villain, a rush to introduce new characters who haven't yet had their own standalone movie, etc. I liked the new characters introduced like Aquaman and The Flash, and Wonder Woman continues to be awesome! Overall, I thought this was a fun film.

Jan 25, 2018

In trying to make something more lighthearted, Snyder (and Whedon's) Justice League seemingly ticks off the superhero team movie boxes, resulting in a movie that I'd describe and exceedingly mediocre.

The problem is that WB/DC's film (save Wonder Woman) lack any heart. WB has shown time and again that they're not willing to put in the work that Marvel Studios has put in to make audiences care.

WB is okay letting pop culture teach their audience everything they need to know about their characters instead of us learning anything about these new versions in the movie.

Batman v Superman: "Look, it's Batman and Superman! You know them! They're fighting! You should care!"

Well, no, we shouldn't. We've only just met this Superman in Man of Steel and this is the first time we've met this version of Batman that's wholly separate from Nolan's trilogy.


This movie has the same problems as the previous WB/DC universe films. No real work is put into letting the audience get to know Aquaman. We get a tidbit about Flash, but if you've seen the show, you know what's going on there. Cyborg is interesting, but the people in charge didn't feel he was interesting enough to make him the character the audience can identify with and really get to know this new world of superheroes.

I like these characters, I really do. But WB/DC is more interested in playing catch-up with Marvel Studios than putting in the work to make us give a damn.

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